Minneapolis will suspend fall leaf and yard waste collection following the week of Nov. 15.
Driving the news: The city won't extend the program this year, even though many of us still have leaves on our trees.
Details: Put your yard waste in a compostable bag or reusable container and leave it by your garbage bin by 6am on your normal collection day.
Zoom out: It's not just Minneapolis. Residents across metro also face end-of-service deadlines this month, the Star Tribune reports.
- Garbage haulers in St. Paul typically offer the lawn waste pickup through Nov. 30, per the city.
🐝 Bee smart: Didn't rake? Don't worry. Leaving the cover can protect your plants and provide shelter for pollinators.
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